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Song Parodies -> "Learning To Leap"

Original Song Title:

"Learning To Fly"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Learning To Leap"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Leap into Learning with Leap while singing the lyrics to this parody. Made by me, and my friend Jeremy Frogtable.
Me: Into a LeapPad, it's one that I find,
Look into a book, there is Leap inside,
He has a shirt, that's all covered in red,
It's got all his stars, and he loves red.
He has blue pants, and red shoes in his feet.
That's why he is here to follow us on the street.

Me: Leap into the book from the LeapPad I look,
Turn the pages, get into the stage in this book.

Me: Leap has a sister named Lily the Frog,
She likes the flowers, and her friend is named Dot the Dog,
Lily has flowers on her purple shirt,
She's learning letters, just like ol' Bert.

Me: A book by LeapFrog is learning to leap.
See all the letters while rolling in the deep.
Leap into the book from the LeapPad I look,
Turn the pages, get into the stage of the book.

Jeremy Frogtable: Mr. Frog, there.
Letters, in.
Professor, last name's Quigley,
Frogs, Leap, Lil, and Tad.
LeapPad and LeapFrog books, check.

Letters there, and numbers on the way, look out.
The alphabet.
Fardeen Aly, find him.
(Spiderman), Found.
Max and Ruby clips, found.
Cars, found.
Confirm SpongeBob SquarePants, ready to start reading.
Hello again, this is Jeremy the Frog speaking.
Jeremy the Frog, is ready to read.
You may start to find a LeapPad, Leap into Learning.
SpongeBob SquarePants.
Look out for the pond, it's a tad too much, it's gone to Sesame Street,
Just look at the LeapPad Library, and see...

Me: And Leap has a little brother named Tad.
And don't forget about his mom and his dad.
Across the pond, Leap bounces on the pads,
Out of the water, but then bumped into Tad.
Look into LeapSter and then play some games,
You could be the best and everyone will know your name.

Me: There's no sensation to compare with this,
LeapFrog animation, or a LeapPad like this?
Leap into the book from the LeapPad I look.
Turn the pages, get into the stage of the book.

LeapFrog (c) LeapFrog Enterprises and John Barbour. Bert (c) Sesame Workshop. Spiderman (c) Marvel. Max and Ruby (c) Rosemary Wells and Michael Hirsh. Cars (c) Disney. And... SpongeBob SquarePants (c) Nickelodeon and Stephen Hillenburg. Made by Darius and Jeremy.

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 8

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 4   1
 5   7

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Agrimorfee - April 24, 2018 - Report this comment
Been following your Floyd/Frog journey, as I am probably the hugest Pink Floyd fan here. This was cute...and wow, you even parodied the pilot/control tower cross talk! *I* didn't do that in my parody. I hope you can do more Floyd parodies...and different ideas...I don't think you can do anything further on that topic. If you aren't already, you should check the pace of the parody you write (ie., sing or hum along to the OS [original song], or count syllables) before you publish. Pacing doesn't have to be perfect, but it helps.
Darius Whitehead - May 26, 2018 - Report this comment
Thank you. You make Jeremy very happy. I'll remember that the next time I do a Floyd parody.

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